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Can-you-paint-a-ceramic-lamp-base, apply spray paint to ceramic lamp base in a smooth, side-to-side sweep. wear a face mask and protective gloves while spraying. allow the paint to dry. add a second coat of paint, if necessary, and allow it to dry.. Apply spray paint to ceramic lamp base in a smooth, side-to-side sweep. wear a face mask and protective gloves while spraying. allow the paint to dry. add a second coat of paint, if necessary, and allow it to dry. can you spray paint a lamp base? if you have a lamp that you want to […], thanks for responding, kelli. the ceramic lamp base is all white now. it has raised leaves and flowers, which i wanted to individually paint different colors..

Can i spray paint a ceramic lamp base? apply spray paint to ceramic lamp base in a smooth, side-to-side sweep. wear a face mask and protective gloves while spraying. allow the paint to dry. add a second coat of paint, if necessary, and allow it to dry. what paint will stick to glazed ceramic? for […], how to paint a lampshade and base: lamp tutorial (works on glass, metal, wood, and plastic lamps!) - duration: 29:09. amy howard 25,398 views.

Spray the area lightly, following the directions on the can to stay at least 10 inches away from the lamp, otherwise it will start to drip down the lamp. spray in a sweeping motion, and apply multiple thin coats so that the paint does not run. wait for the first full coat to dry, about 10-15 minutes, and then follow with a second coat., 1 linen lamp shade-$25 (target) grand total: $44. that’s right, i saved us $155. too bad no one is allowed to touch the lamp. don’t walk near it, don’t touch it, don’t talk about it..

I have a cute ginger jar lamp and would like to paint it to update. ideas?, this, my friends, is my post on how you are not supposed to paint a ceramic lamp. i thought this to be a simple spray painting job. oh no. apparently, i'm quite the impatient spray painter.. Tape around the cord and top of the lamp base (including the lightbulb socket) with painter's tape, then spray all-purpose primer and paint on the un-taped portion (we used aqua color paint). when dry, spray clear sealer over the paint, let dry, and remove tape.